As a mom, my time is spent (mostly) thinking through my husband's and my son's needs. Are they fed? Clothes clean? Does our house feel like a home? Dishes done? Etc. It's not that husband-man needs to be tended to like a child; he has man-sized responsibilities caring and providing for our family, in light … Continue reading Taking Care of Self
Our son cried for over an hour last night. He was fed. Changed. Just very very tired. We added 2 drops lavender and 2 drops cedar wood to his penguin humidifier, and he was asleep in less than five minutes.
Such invaluable information for loving your Little. I have this list saved to my phone for quick reference.
It's raining in South Carolina this afternoon. Lawn mowers are quiet. Boats are docked. And, because it's Sunday, there's not even a lot of activity indoors for our family. Our friends are either out of town or they have family in town, the summer holidays have begun. Little Bear missed his 2.5-3 hour nap this morning … Continue reading Sundays, No Rest for the Weary
"...super grateful to not be spending our entire household budget on "specially formulated" hair growth shampoo full of ingredients I can't pronounce. My essential oil stash that is not only saving my hair but also our budget. "
"...but there are some nights, much like that first, that the schedule is abandoned for what my son needs most: to be held. God was wise when he gave babies this need, because He knows that there are nights when it isn't just what baby needs but what mama needs too."
Our bodies are fearfully and wonderfully made. They aren't machines; they are works of art.